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Welcome to our live election coverage. We’ll be updating this post as the night continues and the numbers roll in. Scroll to the bottom for our live Twitter feed.

RESULTS UPDATED AT 10 A.M., Nov. 9

SAN CLEMENTE CITY COUNCIL
Chris Hamm: 10,464 or 28.9 percent
Steve Swartz: 8,249 or 22.8 percent

Bob Baker: 8,082 or 22.3 percent
Dan Bane: 7,930 or 21.9 percent
Pamela Joy Glass: 1,437 or 4 percent
(29 of 29 precincts reporting)

SAN CLEMENTE MEASURE OO: To increase Transient Occupancy Tax from 10-13 percent

Yes: 10,971 or 50.5 percent
No: 10,750 or 49.5 percent

(29 of 29 precincts reporting)

 

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CAPISTRANO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT (CUSD)

CUSD, TRUSTEE AREA 1 (One seat available)
Amy Hanacek (Incumbent): 7,970 or 59.2 percent
Wendy Shrove: 5,504 or 40.8 percent
(35 of 35 precincts reporting)

CUSD, TRUSTEE AREA 2 (One seat available)
Jim Reardon (Incumbent): 11,396 or 80.5 percent
Gould Workman: 2,757 or 19.5 percent
(35 of 35 precincts reporting)

CUSD, TRUSTEE AREA 3 (One seat available)
Patricia Holloway: 8,388 or 57.1 percent
Laura Ferguson: 6,313 or 42.9 percent
(24 of 24 precincts reporting)

CUSD, TRUSTEE AREA 5 (One seat available)
Gary Pritchard (Incumbent): 6,303 or 52.4 percent
Jake M. Vollebregt: 5,735 or 47.6 percent
(34 of 34 precincts reporting)

MEASURE M
Capistrano Unified School District, Classroom Repair and School Safety Measure, aka the $889 million school improvements bond.
Yes: 51,116 or 44.6 percent
No: 63,577 or 55.4 percent
(210 of 210 precincts reporting)

MUNICIPAL WATER DISTRICT OF ORANGE COUNTY (MWDOC), DIVISION 7 (One seat available)
Megan Yoo Schneider: 33,690 or 42.2 percent
Raymond C. Miller: 16,724 or 21 percent
Evan Chaffee: 16,206 or 20.3 percent
Richard Gardner: 13,169 or 16.5 percent
(200 of 200 precincts reporting)

SANTA MARGARITA WATER DISTRICT (Three seats available)
Betty Olson (Incumbent): 28,149 or 32.5 percent
Charles “Chuck” Gibson (Incumbent): 26,530 or 30.6 percent
Charley Wilson (Incumbent): 24,182 or 27.9 percent

Stanislaw Dziecielski: 7,752 or 9 percent
(90 of 90 precincts reporting)

SOUTH ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT (SOCCCD)

SOCCCD TRUSTEE AREA 3 (One seat available)
Barbara “Bobbie” Jay (Incumbent): 77,511 or 35.1 percent
Peter J. Espinosa: 60,604 or 27.5 percent
Kimberly Clark: 44,976 or 20.4 percent
Gary V. Miller: 37,661 or 17.1 percent
(534 of 534 precincts reporting)

SOCCCD TRUSTEE AREA 6 (One seat available)
James “Jim” R. Wright (Incumbent): 133,009 or 62.5 percent
Mike Dalati: 79,912 or 37.5 percent
(534 of 534 precincts reporting)

SOCCCD TRUSTEE AREA 4, SHORT-TERM (One seat available)
Terri Whitt (Incumbent): 74,553 or 35 percent
John Alpay: 71,928 or 33.8 percent
Jim Leach: 66,572 or 31.2 percent
(534 of 534 precincts reporting)

STATE ASSEMBLY, DISTRICT 73 (One seat available)
William (Bill) Brough (Incumbent): 102,729 or 68.6 percent
Mesbah Islam: 46,950 or 31.4 percent
(296 of 296 precincts reporting)

U.S. SENATE (One seat available)
Kamala D. Harris: 4,857,345 or 63 percent
Loretta L. Sanchez: 2,911,570 or 37 percent
(99 percent of precincts reporting)

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, DISTRICT 49 (One seat available)
Darrell Issa (Incumbent): 93,684 or 51 percent
Doug Applegate: 89,704 or 49 percent
(100 percent of precincts reporting)

MAJOR BALLOT PROPOSITIONS

57: To allow “non-violent” felons more opportunities for parole per Supreme Court mandate.
Yes: 5,496,189 or 64 percent
No: 3,147,995 or 36 percent
(99 percent of precincts reporting; Yes is projected by the AP)

61: To require the state to purchase prescription drugs at Department of Veterans Affairs prices.
Yes: 3,929,219 or 46 percent
No: 4,566,563 or 54 percent
(99 percent of precincts reporting)

62: To repeal the death penalty.
Yes: 3,967,947 or 46 percent
No: 4,646,381 or 54 percent
(99 percent of precincts reporting)

63: To require background checks for ammunition sales and other regulations.
Yes: 5,446,337 or 63 percent
No: 3,250,491 or 37 percent
(99 percent of precincts reporting.)

64: To legalize recreational marijuana
Yes: 4,952,476 or 56 percent
No: 3,920,303 or 44 percent
(75 percent of precincts reporting. Yes is projected to win by the AP)


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